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Hill College House, University of Pennsylvania


Registration number 20061002C


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Hill College House, University of Pennsylvania are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Per pall inverted Azure, Agent, and Agent fimbriated Gules; in dexter chief a pennant Agent charged with the letter P per bend sinister Gules and Azure; in sinister chief books stacked in fess variously Gules and Azure; in base the Philadelphia skyline Azure on a chevron Gules three plates.
Motto: Habitare In Unum (To Dwell As One)


Sources

The college's website: http://www.collegehouses.upenn.edu/house_info/coa.html

Historical note

Designed by Malcolm W. Brown, '03, Hill College House's winning design's striking shield features the Philadelphia skyline across the lower field of the crest, reflecting Hill's fervent interest in the city as well as a strong sense of community within the House. The skyline is embraced by a chevron, which stands for protection, with white roundels that mean generosity. Penn's traditional red and blue are the chosen colors. Here, the red also signifies strength and magnanimity and blue signifies truth and loyalty. The "split P" pennant in the left hand corner represents Penn pride, while the stack of books represent scholarship. Hill's motto is "Habitare In Unum" -- Latin for "To Dwell As One."

Registered by

Michael Swanson

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Education, US, P, H

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